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  • Animation Station Competition

    Animation Station Competition

    Sunday, November 07, 10:00 AM
    Tivoli Student Union
  • Animation Station: A Workshop - Ages 12 and up

    Animation Station: A Workshop - Ages 12 and up

    Saturday, November 06, 1:00 PM
    Tivoli Student Union
    Using traditional animation techniques, participants will help create a short film. Budding animators are invited to show up with a willingness to explore and broaden the scope of their own creativity; they will also receive a voucher for tickets to the Starz FilmCenter and an invitation to a private screening of all the works created at the Animation Station.
  • Animation Station: A Workshop - Ages 6-11

    Animation Station: A Workshop - Ages 6-11

    Saturday, November 06, 9:00 AM
    Tivoli Student Union
    Using traditional animation techniques, participants will help create a short film. Budding animators are invited to show up with a willingness to explore and broaden the scope of their own creativity; they will also receive a voucher for tickets to the Starz FilmCenter and an invitation to a private screening of all the works created at the Animation Station.
  • Exposure Music Lounge

    Exposure Music Lounge

    Thursday, November 11, 8:00 PM
    Su Teatro (Denver Civic Theatre)
    Venue Su Teatro (Denver Civic Theater) 721 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO (303) 309-3773 $10 at the door $7 for film ticket holders and DFS Members Badgeholders are Free 200 MIllion Years Like most ambitious bands of the past decade and a half, 200 Million Years has definitely learned a thing or two from Radiohead and Sigur Rós in its penchant for experimentation, suffusing pop music with dreamy atmosphere. Wherever the...
  • Exposure Music Lounge

    Exposure Music Lounge

    Friday, November 12, 8:00 PM
    Su Teatro (Denver Civic Theatre)
    Venue Su Teatro (Denver Civic Theater) 721 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO (303) 309-3773 $10 at the door $7 for film ticket holders and DFS Members Badgeholders are Free Bad Luck City Dameon Merkl is a dangerously funny man with a knack for inspired self-deprecation and Bukowskiesque aphorisms. Get him behind the mike with his band, however, and he’s as menacing and spooky as a walk through Lafayette Cemetery on a moonless nigh...
  • Exposure Music Lounge

    Exposure Music Lounge

    Saturday, November 13, 8:00 PM
    Open Media Foundation
    Venue Denver Open Media Foundation 700 Kalamath Street Denver, CO (720) 222-0159 $5 Admission suggested donation at the door Badgeholders are free Pink Hawks Yuzo Nieto and a rotating cast of bandmates dispense with convention and tear your expectations of a live show to shreds. When performing, Nieto aims to engage as many senses as possible, incorporating visual and performance art, passing ice cubes filled with trinkets around the crowd during one show. The music is ...
  • Exposure Music Lounge - Kick-off event

    Exposure Music Lounge - Kick-off event

    Friday, November 05, 8:00 PM
    Open Media Foundation
    Venue Denver Open Media Foundation 700 Kalamath Street Denver, CO (720) 222-0159 $5 Admission suggested donation at the door Badgeholders are free Chris "Sandman" Sand Featured in the SDFF33 documentary Roll Out, Cowboy, Chris “Sandman” Sand is a prolific artist with more than 10 CDs. His brand of Western fusion—blending country, hip-hop, folk, rap and punk—is unique, fresh and raw. Making It In And Out Of Colorado

    Making It In And Out Of Colorado

    Saturday, November 13, 2:00 PM
    Starz FilmCenter - Gallery 30
    Most members of the local cinematic community wish that our state were an industry hub. It's arguable that for every filmmaker who remains here, there's another who had to leave to attain success. Is it possible to make it as a filmmaker in Colorado? It is it unrealistic to think that one can have a world-class career without moving to either New York or Los Angeles? In this edition of the monthly Colorado Cinema Salon, curator Robert Denerstein will examine these and related questions in order ...
  • The Indie Gold Rush

    The Indie Gold Rush

    Sunday, November 07, 6:00 PM
    Starz FilmCenter - Gallery 30
    Join us in exploring the possibilities for making an independent film right here in Colorado. Our panel of filmmakers will participate in a lively game in which they must respond to a variety of conditions and situations affecting their film projects; the audience will vote to determine which proposal should receive funding. Of course, there's no real money at stake, but the game (played in a slightly different form at SDFF32) teaches us much about the problems and opportunities confronted by in...
  • When The Real West Met The Reel West

    When The Real West Met The Reel West

    Sunday, November 14, 2:00 PM
    Starz FilmCenter - Gallery 30
    Moviemaking in Colorado, 1897–1916 Before film companies settled in Southern California, they developed the Western genre in places like Colorado. Between 1904 and 1912, Colorado was the locus of the cinematic revolution. David Emrich, noted film historian and author of Hollywood, Colorado, will examine the historical crossroads where the real West met the reel West, utilizing still photos and movie clips from such landmark productions as The Great Train Robbery, Track...
  • Will The Real Iran Please Stand Up!

    Will The Real Iran Please Stand Up!

    Thursday, November 11, 6:30 PM
    Starz FilmCenter - Gallery 30
    Admirers of Iranian cinema have long been puzzled by the gap between the images that it presents to the world and those offered by the nation’s government. The international film community has elevated Iranian directors to the world stage, recognizing the simple beauty of their works and, increasingly, the complex issues of contemporary life they examine. In either case, Iran has made an indisputable contribution to global cinematic culture. But the Iran that one encounters in the news media app...
  • Women + Film: Not Waiting On The World To Change

    Women + Film: Not Waiting On The World To Change

    Saturday, November 13, 11:30 AM
    Sie FilmCenter
    Women + Film not only celebrates the art and achievements of women filmmakers around the world but also brings together an array of scholars, civil and human rights advocates, community leaders and concerned members of the public to shine a spotlight on social issues through dialogue around film. As John Mayer sings, “It’s hard to beat the system when we’re standing at a distance.” SDFF33 welcomes five female directors who have directly confronted such global concerns as tolerance, education...
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